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Best Korean BBQ in Adelaide For a Sizzling Feast

The generous servings, platters of meat, fresh seafood and a cook-it-yourself grill hit the spot every time at the best Korean BBQ in Adelaide.

Little Korea
Little Korea

Nothing satiates a carnivorous craving quite like an old fashioned Korean BBQ. From the premium cuts of meat and fresh seafood to the cook-it-yourself grill and generous share platters, this Gogi gui style of cooking is a fantastic way to keep things lively – and to ensure your meal is prepped exactly how you like it. Whether you are a seasoned pro or a first-time griller, we’ve tasted our way around the best Korean BBQ in Adelaide, so you can experience these famous flaming delicacies from the city's finest. 

Koyeosa

This sleek Pulteney Street venue churns out lip-smacking Korean cuisine like there’s no tomorrow. Expect high-quality eats with a curated menu covering all the Korean classics and flaming good BBQ options. From bulgogi and dumplings to hot pot and galbi, you are spoilt for choice. A definite must-try is the fried chicken; sweet, sticky and spicy, you will be left wanting more. All dishes come with complimentary kimchi and pickled veggies.

449 Pulteney Street, Adelaide

Korean Charcoal BBQ (De Jang Gum)

As the name suggests, Korean Charcoal BBQ is a mecca for all things flame-grilled and delicious. A longstanding contender for the best Korean BBQ in Adelaide, these guys keep it short and sweet offering hungry diners all you can eat plates of beef, pork, chicken, and the occasional seafood special. You better wear your stretchy pants for this one as you’ll likely be heading back to the meat counter to re-stock your plate more than once. Add a glass of soju for the perfect feast accompaniment.

373 Glen Osmond Road, Glen Osmond 

Don Don Korean BBQ

Another one of our all you cant eat favourites, Don Don's offers 90 minutes of unlimited feasting, serving up a smorgasbord of smoky BBQ proteins, hot pots, appetizers and an impressive assortment of condiments for under $40. 

184 Hindley Street, Adelaide 

May Q Korean Restaurant & Bar

With great music and bar ambience, this Leigh Street stunner is the perfect spot to catch up with friends or for a date night. Complete with an expansive Soju collection (think melon and coconut), settle in for an evening of chill vibes and epic eats - hot pot season is fast approaching and these guys do it better than most. 

13 Leigh Street, Adelaide

Plus 82 Pocha

Lunch or dinner, meat or vegan, everyone is catered for at this Korean street food haven. Enjoy dishes prepared the Seoul way that offer a unique twist on the classic style. Dishes range from fan favourite Korean Fried Chicken right up to the zingy Kimchi Pancake, topped off with a choice of drinks – from South Australian wines to tasty Korean cocktails.

Shop 3 / 25 Grenfell Street, Adelaide

Mr Bulgogi

Now with two locations, Mr Bulgogi is known for its authentic fare and great service that's guaranteed to satisfy, whether you’re dining in or taking away. Kick things off with some corn cheese before getting stuck into some spicy Jokbal (Korean style pork hock). Finish off with some cold noodles.

Shop 1, 32-36 Metro Parade, Mawson Lakes

Shop 1, 443 Magill Road, St Morris

SO Urban BBQ

For the bottomless bruncher looking to spice things up, SO Urban is the restaurant for you. Pouring two hours of free-flowing selected drinks paired with housemade pastries on arrival, followed by SO's signature beef and pork wraps and their famous Korean Fried Chicken. They won't stop serving until you tell them to, so be sure to come hungry! 

397 King William Street, Adelaide

Ban Ban

Not sure what to order? Tick the "Feed Me" option on your menu and the team at Ban Ban will take you on a Korean culinary adventure! Picking out house specials from their simple yet sublime menu of chicken, kimchi and rice dishes, expect traditional tastes with a western touch. From kimchi fries and fried chicken to seafood pancakes and cheesy corn casserole, Bam Bam does comfort food like a boss. 

145 Franklin Street, Adelaide

Level 1, Rundle Mall Plaza, Adelaide

200 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide Plaza

Little Korea
Little Korea
Little Korea

Boasting an inst-worthy fit-out with a mouth-watering menu to match, Little Korea is just too good not to share. The crisp white interiors offer the perfect backdrop for the kaleidoscope of colours atop the sizzling plates. Feast on traditional Korean dishes, cooked to perfection, including Bulgogi – tender, thin strips of barbequed beef, and Bimibap – a rice dish with Kimchi and a whole host of other tastes.

65 Hyde Street, Adelaide

All filled up with the best Korean BBQs in Adelaide? Take your food tour to the next level with a hit of Italian for dinner tonight? Or maybe take a trip over to North Adelaide and explore their amazing food scene.